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Defenders of Law

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$ 9.99 USD

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Take on the role of a seasoned lawyer and become one of the Defenders of Law. Someone has murdered sweet Miss Rosendale and your client has been falsely accused. It`s up to you to prove your client innocent by gathering evidence at crime scenes, analyzing ovidence, and using it in court. Convince the jury by presenting the clues you find by scouring gorgeously hand-drawn scenes in this Hidden Object adventure! The murderer, weapons, suspects, and motives change each time you play, for a unique experience!

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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: 10.4, 10.5 (recommended)
  • CPU: 1.83GHz
  • RAM: 512 MB
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Defenders of Law 2.9 5 7 7
Cute game I have played this game a few times and loved it every time. I really like going to court and just making mistakes to see the lol moments! I laughed alot playing this game. Just very cute and not real serious and dark! So glad I bought it. The hog scenes are good. Another relaxing game without alot of brain power! December 10, 2011
Just OK The game was ok, but not great. I guess my biggest complaint about the game is this part of the description "The murderer, weapons, suspects, and motives change each time you play, for a unique experience". What they don't tell you is the victim and the locations are the same for each and every case. The storyline is VERY thin and often makes no sense. The courtroom scenes are very cartoonish and seemed silly to me. I played a 2nd case, but the objects were WAY too easy to find by that time. On the plus side the locations are nicely done and finding the objects for the first case was fun. It's not a terrible game but, unfortunately, the full potential of what it could have been is never realized. March 13, 2012
I love the concept! If you're into HOS, this is the game for you. I love the detective work that is added to HOS, and then the evidence lab. The first problem is, at least for me, is that the game did not seem to run so smoothly and I felt like either the game or my system was out-of-date because of the problems I had while playing the game. I was unsure I would be able to complete the trial itself due to an error and then the screen going wacky. This game could be fun for sitting around and playing, but I admit I would probably get bored of so much HOS, and even though it seems to be a game that is intended to be repeated ... I don't think I would repeat it too often. The trial period with the malfunctions were not enough to convince me to go any further, although the malfunctions made me question if I trusted my computer more than the game. :) I'm sure there will be plenty of people who have enjoyed this game thoroughly with no complications, I hope. :) November 30, 2011
Solving the Case The graphics and theme of this game is cartoon like, not very detailed or real life view. Its fun to solve the cases, but the game is a bit easy as far as the level of challenge. The mini game is a small memory game, and that was not needed, and boring. January 3, 2012
Not much of a Game Some of the objects were distorted, especially at the bottom of the screen. There were no mini games to break the monotony. There were too many visits to the same room to collect the same objects. The story line was uninteresting. I'm glad I got this during the BLOWOUT sale this past weekend so it only cost $2.99! There are much better games out there. July 23, 2012
Defenders of Law Seems somebody used a stone statuette to kill Miss Rosendale before driving her off into the river! The police have arrested Miss Daisy, the maid and she is innocent, or so she proclaims. Now it's up to the Defenders of Law to find proof of her innocence, however I think that's backward. You have the option to play this game in Relaxed mode or Adventure, which has a timer in days not hours. This game starts out with chapters requiring you to choose an unlocked location such as the town of Willburg where the murder took place. Once you choose the location, the blueprint of that building will appear and again you choose an unlocked room to begin searching for clues. This isn't really a Hidden Object Game, it is what I refer to as a Seek and Find game because items aren't hidden, they are spewn about the room in random places. That's about all the details there are with this game, you just keep searching different rooms for listed items that are collected in your briefcase. I quickly became bored, there doesn't seem to be any puzzles or mini games but perhaps I just gave up on the game too quickly. November 10, 2014
It had soooo much potential..then lost it. You are supposed to be a lawyer for Defenders of Law, racing off to help those poor innocent unfortunates fight for their freedom. Uh-huh. The characters were worse than anime printed. The music was tedious and repetitive. You basically go from building to building and search unlocked rooms for items you can't find because they are impossibly small. That's it. This is an HOG heavy game. My advice would be to run, and run fast, away from this game. Replay another game you own if you don't have any new ones to tickle your fancy. I wouldn't take this game if it were free. It's THAT bad. June 28, 2014
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